Center Offers New Course on Responsible
Conduct of Research
Are you a trainee on a K, F, T, or R grant at IU School of Medicine? Do you need Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training? The NIH requires that recipients of these grants have training in Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR), including 8 hours of face-to-face instruction, above and beyond CITI training or mentorship.
Spring 2018 - the Center for Bioethics along with the Bioethics & Subject Advocacy Program (BSAP) of CTSI will offer a new, 1-credit course that fulfills the NIH’s RCR requirement:
GRDM 506 - Responsible Conduct of Translational Research. The course will focus on translational research, is team taught by faculty in the Bioethics and Subject Advocacy Program (BSAP) of the Indiana CTSI, emphasizes case discussion, and is just 8 weeks of 1.5 hours per week, (just Jan and February – ends before spring break). Meets Wednesdays 2-3:30.
The course director is Sylk Sotto, EdD, MBA (firstname.lastname@example.org). Any questions, please contact Dr. Sotto.
IU Center for Bioethics & IU Center for Global Health Seminar - February 13 - 12:00 noon
John Baumann, Ph.D, Associate Vice President for Research Compliance IUPUI will present a seminar on Tuesday, February 13 at 12:00 noon in Room 121 of the Rotary Building (RO121).
Fairbanks Ethics Lecture Series - January 17 - 12:00 noon
Adam Hayden will present a seminar: Narrative Medicine & Physician Empathy on January 17 at 12:00 noon at the Riley Outpatient Center.
History of Medicine Talks - February 13 - 4:00 p.m.
Lee Wei-hua, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, IU School of Medince will present "C.U. Lee (1894-1962) and the History of Medical Education in China." The seminar will be held in Medical Library - IB 307. Dr. Lee recently completed a documentary film on her grandfather who was a faculty member and first Chinese President of Peking Union Medical College.
History of Medicine Talks - March 5 - 4:00 p.m.
Londa Schiebinger, History of Science, Stanford University will present "Secret Cures of Slaves: People, Plants, and Medicine in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World" sponsored by the History Department and the IUPUI Division of DIversity, Equity & Inclusion.